02 August 2008

V-Li's Thai Cuisine

V-Li's in Canal Fulton has quietly been churning out delicious Thai food for the past 11 years. V-Li Van Sickel and her family make tasty Thai standards that are a delight in presentation and flavor.

The menu has a limited selection of vegetarian items. The staff is able to make almost any item on the menu vegetarian, however, so definitely ask questions. The staff will help you find suitable offerings.

I started with vegetarian spring rolls. The spring rolls were crisp and filled with cabbage, carrots and other vegetables with a sweet dipping sauce on the side. The rolls were flavorful and not overly greasy.

Other vegetarian starters include the fried tofu. It is breaded and served with a peanut dipping sauce.

The main course was red curry tofu. You can adjust the heat level (I always go hot). The curry was made with a rich array of spices, red peppers, onions, zucchini and large blocks of tofu. All of the curries are delicious and can be prepared vegetarian.

V-Li's closes at 2:30 pm for lunch. The restaurant has a liquor license. V-Li and her son were kind enough to let me snap their pictures. And on a completely unrelated note, the giant house in the slideshow is LeBron James' castle.


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